Jules is perhaps best known as the leading face on the BBC's hit property series, Escape to the Country, which he joined in 2007. His passion for the countryside has also been taken up by the BBC's flagship rural affairs show Countryfile. His enthusiastic, adaptable and hands on approach allows him to cover a wide range of subjects from science and history to wildlife and current affairs.
Jules teamed up with fellow Countryfile presenter John Craven & embarked on an ambitious fifteen part series exploring the challenges facing our heritage, Britain at Risk whilst listeners to Radio 4's Open Country can hear Jules on this long running and popular countryside magazine show.
In addition to presenting and broadcasting, Jules is also an engaging writer, with regular contributions to Countryfile Magazine, and most recently Homes and Gardens.
Jules's experience and expertise across history, rural affairs and property, combined with his warm and engaging style have established him as a versatile and popular presenter. He lives in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains in Mid-Wales, his own 'Escape to the Country', in a house which he renovated 15 years ago. He loves to travel, to garden and to rescue old furniture.